This parcel with 225-acres of rolling hills, and significant lake and river frontage, is located in southwestern Iron County in Michigan's Upper Peninsula! It has about 1.6 miles of water frontage, part on Chara Lake, a private lake and part on the S. Branch of the Iron River. Chara is about 35 acres in size. In Spring you may be able to canoe from it to Lake Ottawa about 1/2 mile to the south. The Ottawa is about 90' deep and covers 551 acres. Leaving Chara Lake via the river branch to the north, you will connect to the Iron River (a Blue Ribbon Trout Stream) which drains into the Brule, which flows into the Menominee, and then reaches Lake Michigan. This provides great fishing opportunities for Brook trout, Largemouth bass, Northern pike, Smallmouth bass, and Walleye. Parcel has a good road system throughout and an old mobile home. There is direct access to hundreds of acres of Ottawa National Forest land from the southeastern end of the parcel. There is access to 148 miles of the Iron Range Trail No 2, a few miles to the north, & with an average of 70" of snowfall annually in the area, snowmobiling is usually great. This parcel has great Duck hunting opportunities, and is a very developable property! A fantastic place for a Hunting Club.